I believe Christianity is true also, but I also have tolerance of other people's beliefs. I work in the same cubicle as a devout Muslim. Do you know how chaotic it would be if I was not understanding of his viewpoint.
When you start tolerating other people's religions and viewpoints, I think what you may find is that you will become a better follower for Jesus. You will become more compassionate, just as Jesus was. You might even learn to convert someone based upon the loving and kindness of Jesus Christ, rather than the scare tactics of hell and damnation...or worse, the annoying "I'm right and you're wrong" mentality.
Look Chopper, I have Muslim friends, atheist friends, New Age friends...It is BECAUSE I have compassion for them that I made this site. Ask your Muslim cubicle mate if He thinks your views are right? Tolerance is accepting things you dislike or believe to be wrong. No-one tolerates ice cream
I accept anyone's right to be wrong.
Also, people do not convert people. Only God can do that.
You have a limited number of options under each question. If the visitor wants to participate in your site, then to reach the "true content" of your website, you are forcing someone to choose based upon what YOU want them to choose. Personally, I feel each of your questions should have a hundred thousand buttons under them, but then it would just be easier to have a type="text" form field and let them enter their own response instead.
That would be like having a hundred thousand buttons under "What does 2 + 2 equal?
I'm not forcing anyone to choose anything. They are free to leave.
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Then what is your take on Romans 1 vs 18 -19 + Psalm 14 vs 1 for instance?
I notice you leave out the verse just before in Romans 1 verse 17 which states:
"For therein is the righteousness of God revealed from faith to faith: as it is written, The just shall live by faith."
That's cause I wanted your comments on the other verses, which you did not provide.
BTW, "The just shall live by faith in the righteousness of the God of Christianity," What did you think that meant?
As I said, the topic of whether God exists or not is not a black/white issue. Believing in God is built upon faith. Faith is a very "grey" topic. We use our faith to make it a black/white issue for us "individually". Faith is based upon a subjective viewpoint and this makes it unproveable to anyone other than oneself based on our own unique observations and feelings.
Why is the question of God's existence not a black/white issue? Do you have faith that 2 + 2 = 4, or do you know it? I suspect that you know this because all other answers in base 10 mathematics would lead to absurdity.
I am implying that not everyone here is a Christian that believes in the Bible. So you are going to have one hell of a frustrating time trying to convince non-believers of something that is only proveable based upon your own subjective, Biblical beliefs.
Like I have said many times, I am not trying to convince ANYONE of the OBJECTIVE facts that God exists, and that the Bible is true. I am merely stating them in the website that I wanted people here to critique for the LAYOUT.